Nikhil Parekh

Freshman - 508 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

Invincible Love - Poem by Nikhil Parekh

Every night is empty without its resplendent festoon
of shimmering stars; paving a path of mysticism
through the dreary morbidity all around,
Every desert is empty without its majestically
glistening carpet of sands; royally rising and falling
with the exuberantly blowing winds,
Every road is empty without its flurry of boisterously
gallivanting traffic; granting new dimensions all the
time; to its never ending repertoire of enigmatic
curves and turns,
Every day is empty without its dynamically flamboyant
Sun; bedazzling even the most remotely dilapidated
corners of this Universe; with a garland of
magnetically golden light,
Every throat is empty without its harmonious melody;
the captivatingly rhapsodic sound; that catapulted
even the most impoverished; to an enchanting
entrenchment beyond realms of mesmerizing eternity,
Every mountain is empty without its irrefutably
towering summits; kissing the clouds unflinchingly as
they seductively drifted by; proving an ultimate
exemplary to all other diminutive aspects of
incarcerated life,
Every mind is empty without its unrelenting fountain
of enthralling fantasies; relentlessly exploring;
discovering; and evolving into a waterfall of
stupendous newness; as each instant unveiled,
Every cloud is empty without its tantalizing droplets
of rain; the unprecedented enthrallment that it spell
bindingly bestowed upon this planet; with its
profusely heavenly tumblers of water,
Every palm is empty without its unfathomable myriad of
tingling destiny lines; the magnanimous bifurcations
which astoundingly governed; stardom and horrendous
pitfalls in a mans life,
Every ocean is empty without its ecstatic fish; the
voluptuously ravishing elixir that they imparted to
the undulating waves; culminating into fireballs of
desire before clashing against the scintillating
Every calendar is empty without its meticulous array
of dates; the most euphoric depictions of days and
weeks; propelling living kind on the path of radiantly
blooming prosperity,
Every flower is empty without its fabulously gorgeous
fragrance; the scent that handsomely pervaded even
through the most heinous webs of uncouth lechery;
flooding dwindling souls all across the Universe; with
vibrant light,
Every forest is empty without its untamed wilderness;
the unsurpassable blend of leaf and animal and stream;
which weaved cloud covers of unparalleled excitement,
Every vein is empty without its scarlet rivulets of
blood; the Omnipotent fuel to gush forward with
insurmountable fervor in life; the only religion that
bonded all human kind,
Every oyster is empty without its marvelously
shimmering pearls; the incredulously embellished
globule which fulminated into vivacious happiness,
Every canvas is empty without its vivid splashes of
color; inundating the sullen atmosphere around with
waves of poignant compassion; suddenly making drab
moments of life replete with astoundingly exotic
Every conscience is empty without its invincible
righteousness; the sacrosanct virtue which made every
organism feel as the richest alive; massacring the
very essence of blatantly coward lies; from the
colossal trajectory of this planet,
Every heart is empty without its perpetual beats; the
everlasting rhythm which bonded all across boundless
earth; in thunderbolts of insatiable passion; alike,
And every life is empty without its immortal love; the
unconquerable soul mate of its dreams; which was its
very reason to dream of an infinite more lives; more
importantly in this lifetime; be blissfully breathing
and alive. 

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

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